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MILLENNIUM 6-12 COLLEGIATE ACADEMY Working Together to Prepare Students for College and Career Success August 2021 Dear Parents, Students and Community Members, Welcome to the new school year! I hope you had a wonderful summer. The challenges of the previous school year demonstrate that our students, teachers, parents, and staff have a persevering spirit to succeed. I am proud of the work we did together to ensure that our students learned and made academic progress. I am looking forward to the excellent work that we will do during this new school year. In the 2021-2022 school year, we will dream bigger with a greater vision for our students and commit to excellence. Our students, our Stars, will master their learning goals and exceed all expectations. The Millennium family will provide a supportive and safe learning environment and pursue excellence in everything we do for our students every day. Our 2021-2022 school year theme is "Up, Up, and Away – Successful Learning Every Day". I look forward to seeing you at our first School Advisory Council Meeting on Tuesday, September 15, 2021, at 6:00 pm in the Media Center. If interested, you may meet with me at 5:30 pm for a Principal Chat to ask me questions or give me feedback about the school. In closing, please note that Millennium has a Unified Dress Policy for middle school students. For specific information on the dress code for middle school students, please refer to the Unified Dress Policy flyer on our school website and in the August school newsletter. With Millennium Star Pride, Francine Baugh-Stewart Dr. Francine Baugh-Stewart, Principal “You will be on your way up! You’ll be seeing great sights! You’ll join the high fliers who soar to high heights.” Dr. Seuss August 2021 August 2021 - Welcome Back Edition Principal’s Message Dates to Remember “HOME OF THE STARS” WELCOME BACK 8/6 – Freshmen Invasion Camp and Sophomore Meet Up 8AM-noon 8/13 - Schedule Pick Up 6 th grade – 9AM–11AM 7 th grade – 2PM-4PM 8/16 - Schedule Pick Up 8 th grade – 9AM-11AM 8/16 High School Open House 5:30PM-7:45PM 8/18 - First Day of School 9/2 - Middle School Open House 6PM-8PM
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MILLENNIUM 6-12 COLLEGIATE ACADEMY Working Together to Prepare Students for College and Career Success

August 2021

Dear Parents, Students and Community Members, Welcome to the new school year! I hope you had a wonderful summer. The challenges of the previous school year demonstrate that our students, teachers, parents, and staff have a persevering spirit to succeed. I am proud of the work we did together to ensure that our students learned and made academic progress. I am looking forward to the excellent work that we will do during this new school year. In the 2021-2022 school year, we will dream bigger with a greater vision for our students and commit to excellence. Our students, our Stars, will master their learning goals and exceed all expectations. The Millennium family will provide a supportive and safe learning environment and pursue excellence in everything we do for our students every day. Our 2021-2022 school year theme is "Up, Up, and Away – Successful Learning Every Day". I look forward to seeing you at our first School Advisory Council Meeting on Tuesday, September 15, 2021, at 6:00 pm in the Media Center. If interested, you may meet with me at 5:30 pm for a Principal Chat to ask me questions or give me feedback about the school. In closing, please note that Millennium has a Unified Dress Policy for middle school students. For specific information on the dress code for middle school students, please refer to the Unified Dress Policy flyer on our school website and in the August school newsletter. With Millennium Star Pride,

Francine Baugh-Stewart Dr. Francine Baugh-Stewart, Principal “You will be on your way up! You’ll be seeing great sights! You’ll join the high fliers who soar

to high heights.” Dr. Seuss

August 2021

August 2021 - Welcome Back Edition Principal’s Message

Dates to Remember

“HOME OF THE STARS”

WELCOME BACK

8/6 – Freshmen Invasion Camp and Sophomore Meet Up 8AM-noon 8/13 - Schedule Pick Up

6th grade – 9AM–11AM 7th grade – 2PM-4PM

8/16 - Schedule Pick Up

8th grade – 9AM-11AM 8/16 – High School Open House

5:30PM-7:45PM 8/18 - First Day of School 9/2 - Middle School Open House

6PM-8PM

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Information for Our STAR Parents and Students

School Hours

Students 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Breakfast Begins at 9:00 AM

Notices and Reminders

The drop off location is in the front of the building. No students should be dropped off in the bus loop for safety reasons.

Upon entering the campus, you must go directly to the Front Office (Single Point of Entry), sign in and get a visitor pass. Visitors’ passes are only valid for one day. With so many people entering and exiting campus, it creates an unsafe environment and prohibits the faculty and staff from carrying out the responsibility of making sure that all children entering the Millennium campus are safe and secure.

Also, if you have a concern about your child, please call the office to make an appointment. The staff at Millennium is dedicated to making sure that your children have an effective school atmosphere. That cannot be carried out if there are several unscheduled visits. An appointment also assures that your needs concerning your child can be discussed and taken care of without any interruptions.

Dismissal is the most hectic part of the day. A request for early dismissal of your child must be made prior to 4:00 PM. After that time, we will be unable to call your child to the office.

Lastly, please be advised that there is no supervision for your child before 9:00 AM, unless he or she is registered in the Before Care

Program, and after 5:00 PM. All transportation arrangements for your

child should be made ahead of time. We do understand that emergencies do arise and will do our best to accommodate your needs. We are also asking that you do not call the school asking that messages be delivered to your child during class time. To ensure that communication is accurate please make sure that your child is aware of things before he or she leaves home in the morning.

These guidelines and procedures are not established to inconvenience anyone or to make you feel unwelcome at Millennium. They are simply necessary for the safety and wellbeing of every child entrusted in our care. Your understanding, cooperation, and assistance are greatly appreciated.

*Attendance Policy Revision*

The addition of "Emergency School Closures" for attendance has been added to Policy 5.5. A collaborative School Board amendment revised paragraph 2 under "Recording student attendance during distance learning." This is a substantial

change that requires students to use their cameras for attendance and instruction. The amended language is below.

During E-Learning, attendance and instruction, the use of student cameras is required. Students will be counted in attendance in the learning environment

during their scheduled class time. Teachers should be flexible and consider extenuating circumstances of individual students who may be unable to turn on a camera and may consider other evidence of attendance in these individual cases.

Early Release Dates – 2021-2022

On Early Release Days, students will be dismissed at 2:30PM. Please adhere to the following Early Release dates: October 19, January 10, February 14, March 17, April 14, and June 9. Buses will take regular riders home and parents must make arrangements for transportation of students who are picked up by car.

Professional Study Days Dates – 2021-2022

Students will be dismissed at 1:30PM on the following dates: Sept. 2, Oct. 7, Nov. 4, Dec. 2, January 6, Feb. 3, March 3, and April 7. Buses will take regular riders home and parents must make arrangements for transportation of students who are picked up by car.

SAVE THE DATES

Open House

August 16, 2021 High School– 5:30PM-7:45PM September 2, 2021 Middle School – 6PM-8PM

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Important Information for Our STAR Parents and Students

Administration

The grade level administrator handles discipline problems. In order to arrange a conference with the grade level administrator, please call (754) 322-

3900 or they may be reached through

email.

Grade 6 - Ms. Narissa Edun

[email protected] Grade 7- Mrs. Lisa Gayle

[email protected] Grade 8 - Dr. Paul Satty

[email protected] Principal – Dr. Francine Baugh-Stewart

[email protected]

School Advisory Council

The purpose of the School Advisory Council (SAC) is to research the needs of the school, create a plan to improve performance, and then monitor the implementation of this plan.

Our School Advisory Council will meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 6pm in the media center. The Principal Chat will be held at 5:30pm.

If you would like to be member of the council, please contact us at (754) 322- 3900 and inform us of your interest.

You are invited and encouraged to attend any of our meetings that fit your schedule.

Code of Conduct

The district’s Code of Conduct book can be found on our district website. Please review the rules and polies with your students. If you have any questions, please speak with your grade level administrator.

The Code of Conduct contains School

Board Policy regarding behavior. Review the agenda and the online Code of Conduct book with your child and complete all ONLINE FORMS at

www.browardschools.com/bts.These forms are required to ensure that your student’s file is up-to-date including Emergency Contact.

Schedules

Every effort was made to accommodate the educational needs of our students.

Additionally, all efforts to honor our students’ requests for electives was made. Schedule changes will only be considered for legitimate medical and/or academic reasons. In the event that you would like to request a schedule change for one of the aforementioned reasons, you must contact your grade level school counselor no later than August 27, 2021.

Special Health Concerns

Any students who may need to receive ANY medication on school property during school hours, must have on file in the front office a medication authorization form. The parent and doctor must complete this form this school year for students who are taking medication at school. Doctor’s instructions for the administration of the medication must be specific as to the times and dosage amount. All medications must be in the original container and clearly labeled. No student is to carry any medicine, including aspirin, Tylenol, etc. on

campus. Only front office staff is allowed to distribute medicine.

Easy Online Registration for the Star Academy Before-Care Program (from 7AM-9AM). The registration window will be on a first come, first served basis, until all spots are filled.

To register, go to browardschools.com/bascc Username: web Password: (leave blank)

To make a payment, go to browardschools.com/estore Click ‘combined’. Scroll to Millennium and proceed.

Create an account using your student’s 10-digit student number.

Select the following item: Before care registration

*Registration fee - $30 per student *Before Care fee - $2.65 per hour _______________________ Parents interested in providing input into the performance evaluations of Millennium 6-12 Collegiate Academy instructional and/or administrative employee evaluations many contact our office at (754) 322-3900 by April 2, 2022.

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Important Information for Our STAR Parents and Students

Our School Day with STAR Time All (middle school & high school) students at Millennium will participate in SEL STAR time for the first five minutes of each period. This time will be used to help guide students, giving them a more personalized middle school experience. During this time, teachers will assist students in organizational skills, checking their grades, determining what help they may need to be successful, and giving them the tools they need to distress, in a healthy way, throughout the day.

Open House Our high school Open House is scheduled for Monday, August, 16, 2021 from 5:30PM – 7:45PM. Our high school parents will have the opportunity to visit with our administration, staff, and high school faculty to discuss and review course expectations, MCA’s offerings to our high school students, and what makes our school so special. Looking forward to visiting with all high school guests.

Our middle school Open House is scheduled for Thursday, September 2, 2021 from 6:00PM - 8:00PM). This is a very important evening that gives parents the opportunity to meet their student’s teachers and other Millennium staff. Please plan to attend. Middle school parents will be able to spend time with their student’s teachers to hear expectations and plans for the year. Safe Zone Listeners Millennium 6-12 Collegiate Academy offers safe places for our students where they can talk to adults about their concerns. At Millennium, we want students to be comfortable and safe in their learning environment. Students are encouraged to talk to our Safe Zone Listeners so to remain aware of their surroundings, be active in school activities, focus on curricula, and build relationships with school personnel. Our motto is “See Something, Say Something”. Safe Zone Listeners include Campus Security Manager Carter, Security Specialist Madry, Principal Baugh, Ms. Edun, Mrs. Gayle, Dr. Satty, School Counselors- Ms. Gaver, Ms. Ledgister, Ms. Wright, and Ms. Baez, Ms. Bagwell, Ms. Schorr, Mrs. G. Robinson, and Mr. Stillman. Cafeteria Procedures All students on free/reduced lunch in the 2020-2021 school year must re-apply for the 2021-2022 school year. 2021-2022 free/reduced lunch recipients will only receive free or reduced lunch for the first ten days of school. New students should bring lunch money until they receive a lunch number. There will be no charges in the cafeteria. The cost of a regular lunch is $ 2.35 and reduced lunch is $ .40. Breakfast continues to be FREE for all students. Lastly, if your child brings a lunch to school, remember no cans or glass bottles are allowed in the cafeteria. To renew your child’s free and reduced lunch status, you must fill out the forms online. DEADLINE TO RE-APPLY IS OCTOBER 1, 2021. Please know that we will continue to have free breakfast for all students on a daily basis, regardless of free and reduced lunch status.

Transportation All bus riders should have received their bus information by mail. Please contact the transportation department directly at (754) 321-4000 with specific questions or concerns.

A 90 – 100

B 80 – 89

C 70 – 79

D 60 - 69

F 0 – 59

**Regular Bell Schedule**

Students will follow their regular bell schedule. All student schedules based on lunches, along with specific instructions, will be posted in classrooms and on every

teacher’s CANVAS announcement page.

Teachers will escort students to their grade level lunch

when students enter class. Students will remain in that lunch for the remainder of

the school year and will continue to follow their

regular schedule.

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Please note the following names of your child’s grade level Guidance Counselor for the 2021-2022 school year:

6th Grade Ms. Ledgister [email protected]

7th Grade Ms. Baez [email protected] 8th Grade Mrs. Wright [email protected] High School Mrs. Gaver, Director [email protected]

We encourage you to contact us when necessary and if we are unavailable, we will return your phone call as soon as possible.

Here are some helpful hints that we as educators and you as parents should consider in bettering students’ self-image, esteem and confidence on a daily basis:

• Communicate a sense of caring. • Display a sense of their personal worth. • Acceptance without judgment. • Maintain a “You can do it attitude.” • Listen!!!! • Convey a more positive view of others. • See children as potentially friendly and worthy in their own right. • Reflect the ability and capacity to see things as seen through children’s eyes. • See children as individuals who are capable of “doing” for themselves once they feel trusted,

respected and valued.

We look forward to having you as part of our Millennium family as we anticipate another successful school year here at MCA.

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Important Meals Information for Our STAR Parents and Students

UNIVERSAL FREE BREAKFAST FOR THE 2021/2022 SCHOOL YEAR UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SEAMLESS SUMMER OPTION WAIVER FOR THE 2021/2022

SCHOOL YEAR

The Food and Nutrition Services Department is pleased to announce Universal Free Breakfast will continue to be available for the 2021/2022 School Year. All students, regardless of eligibility status, will have the opportunity to participate in the Universal Free Breakfast meal program at no charge. The price for an adult breakfast meal will remain $1.80.

In addition, the District will be utilizing the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Seamless Summer Option (SSO) Waiver, resulting from the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. The waiver provides students the opportunity for free lunch meals during the 2021/2022 School Year. All students, regardless of eligibility status, will have the opportunity to participate in the USDA SSO Meal Program at no charge. The price for an Adult Lunch Meal will remain $2.75.

The current meal prices for the 2021/2022 School Year are listed below:

Breakfast Meal Price Lunch Meal Price

Elementary FREE FREE

Middle FREE FREE

High FREE FREE

Adult $1.80 $2.75

Although student meals will be available at no charge to all students, families are encouraged to complete the online Multi-Child Application for Meal Benefits at www.myschoolapps.com. District and individual school benefit opportunities are available to families upon completion of the Information Survey, including Title One Services.

If you have any questions or need additional information regarding the on-line meal application, please contact the Food and Nutrition Services Department at 754-321-0250.

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How to Survive the First Year of Middle School

Everyone feels nervous and excited about starting school. As a Secondary school student, you'll be treated like a more responsible person. Your classes will be more intense and teachers may be stricter; the following tips will help you thrive.

Be on time. Get up around an hour before school starts and do your normal routine. Eat a good breakfast and make sure you have a lunch, if needed. You never want to go hungry during school so always carry back-up lunch money to buy a meal if you ever forget your lunch at home. Try to leave home a half-hour before school starts so that you can be sure not to be late.

Treat teachers and fellow classmates respectfully. Raise your hand if you have a question and don't call out answers without being asked for them. Don't be the "Class Clown" who creates disturbances for others; no one wants to be around a trouble maker. Smile and keep quiet while others are speaking, and behave well in front of your teachers and other students. Remember, teachers may lower your grade if you misbehave, or deny you the opportunity to go on fieldtrips.

Be prepared. Have all your pens, paper, books, etc., packed the night before your first day. Teachers appreciate it when you have your supplies with you at all times.

Try your best. Everyone recognizes those who try hard. You will be rewarded for the effort by building up your knowledge. Seek help if you have areas of study that you find too difficult; other classmates, a tutor, or your parents may be possible sources of help.

Ask a teacher questions. If you're nervous about asking your teachers questions in class, ask another teacher. Any teacher in the school will be happy to help you with a problem, or point you to someone who can. Make sure you understand the content of what the teacher is teaching you before you walk away and don't forget to thank them.

Make sure your binders are organized to keep from losing important papers. It makes your day easier if you know where everything is. Binders with separators, and even folders, are a big help for this process. Staying organized in middle school will help you throughout life, in the workplace and in your home.

Do your homework! It'll save you a lot of trouble in middle school. It will also help you get you better grades and stay on the teacher's good side. Be genuine, confident and friendly. The more comfortable you make others feel in your presence, the more comfortable you will feel in middle school and beyond. Broaden your friend-base to include as many people as possible, and don't give off the impression that you feel you are too good for anyone.

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Welcome Back Stars,

We hope you had a safe summer and have completed your optional summer activity packet. The good news is that these assignments will count toward the 2021-2022 school year. If you are new to Millennium, please browse the school website (www.browardschools.com/millennium) for further information.

We are so excited to be ‘sparkling’ into the beginning of the school year as we return to “Up, Up, and Away - Successful Learning Every Day”! Our teachers, staff, and administration are always available to assist you through your years at Millennium. It is very important for you to feel comfortable and be aware of your surroundings. Please remember to report any incidents or anything you hear on and/or off campus to a Millennium adult. “If you see something, say something”!!!!!

If you have any questions, please contact your grade level administrator.

Ms. Edun, Mrs. Gayle, and Dr. Satty

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of age,

color, disability, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual

orientation. The School Board also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Individuals who wish

to file a discrimination and/or harassment complaint may call the Director, Equal Educational Opportunities/ADA Compliance

Department & District’s Equity Coordinator/Title IX Coordinator at 754-321- 2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158.

Individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008,

(ADAAA) may call Equal Educational Opportunities/ADA Compliance Department at 754-321-2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY)

754-321-2158.

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FortifyFL App We are pleased to announce that the FortifyFL app is LIVE. Now, any student, educator, parent, or member of the public can report school safety concerns directly to law enforcement and school administrators anonymously and easily through the FortifyFL app or www.getfortifyfl.com. The app, which is available for download on Apple and Android mobile devices, is critical to ensuring all Florida schools are safe environments where students and educators can experience and share the joy of learning without fear. We hope that you will become familiar with this tool and help us spread the word about it with our students and their families. Please note that the official app’s logo will look exactly as it does in the graphic.

District Information for our STAR Parents and Students

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Millennium 6-12 Collegiate Academy

Unified Dress Policy

2021-2022 School year

It is important that our middle school students project a positive image, which includes proper dress. We are requesting our parents support with ensuring that the students are in compliance.

Boy’s Uniform Standard Bottoms

Pants Shorts Clarifications

Trouser style/cargo style with a belt

Any style with a belt, unless elasticized

Black, Khaki or Gray only

No White Bottoms

No Jeans

Boy’s Required Tops Shirts Colors Clarifications

Polo, Rugby or Oxford style – long or short sleeve

(Solid) White, Gray, Baby blue, black, khaki, and school approved striped combinations

PE t-shirts cannot be worn as school uniform top.

**NO BLACK on BLACK—black shirts can ONLY be worn with khaki or gray bottoms

Girl’s Required Bottoms Pants Shorts, Skirts, and Skorts Clarifications

Trouser style/cargo style with a belt

Any style with a belt, unless elasticized

Black, Khaki or Gray only

Must comply with the length policy of the Broward County School Board Dress Code

No White Bottoms

No jeans

No stretch pants

No form fitting pants

Uniform Information for Our STAR Parents and Students

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Girl’s Required Tops Shirts Colors Clarifications

Polo, Rugby or Oxford style – long or short sleeve

T-shirts cannot be worn as school uniform top.

(Solid) White, Gray, Baby blue, black, Khaki, and school approved Striped Combinations

T-shirts cannot be worn as school uniform top.

**NO BLACK on BLACK—black shirts can ONLY be worn with khaki or gray bottoms

Additional Considerations Shirts Pants/Shorts Undershirts

ALL SHIRTS MUST HAVE A COLLAR

BLACK SHIRTS CAN ONLY BE WORN WITH GRAY OR KHAKI BOTTOMS. NO BLACK ON BLACK!!!

The bottoms may not have any designs

No jeans at any time.

NO WHITE BOTTOMS

Visible undershirts: baby blue, khaki, black or white (only)

T-shirts/undershirts may not hang beyond or below the uniform shirt

Jackets/Sweaters Shoes School ID

MUST open completely in the front

No Hoodies or Pullovers Allowed (if worn, MUST be underneath uniform shirt)

Closed toe, closed heel shoes, at all times

NO SLIDES, FLIP FLOPS or CROCS at any time!

School ID must be worn around the neck at all times. Students will be provided an ID Badge and allowed free replacements up to three times. After the third replacement, there is a $5 student obligation fee.

Cold Weather Consideration: On days where the weather is below 60 degrees, students may wear plain sweat pants. These pants MUST comply with the uniform policy and colors, black or gray only. Students who wear sweat pants with stripes, designs or colors other than what is listed above, will receive a uniform violation. For days when we are experiencing cold weather and the temperature is below 60 degrees, BLACK or KHAKI jeans ONLY can be worn. NO BLUE JEANS.

School Spirit Shirts: Students may wear school spirit shirts on Fridays only.

***Please consider that during a school year there will be a few cold days. Please plan ahead for these days so that everyone is in compliance with the policy at all times***

Uniform Information for Our STAR Parents and Students (cont.)

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Official NonDiscrimination and Reasonable Accommodation Statements

All printed materials other than stationery will have the following statement as per policy 4001.1:

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity, gender expression, genetic

information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation. The School Board also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Individuals who wish to

file a discrimination and/or harassment complaint may call the Director, Equal Educational Opportunities/ADA Compliance Department & District’s Equity Coordinator/Title IX Coordinator at

754-321-2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158.

Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA)

Any notice inviting parents, employees, students, or the public to apply for vacancies, register for classes, or attend functions, meetings, conferences, training or any other District or school-based event, must include the following statement:

Individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008, (ADAAA) may call Equal Educational Opportunities/ADA Compliance

Department at 754-321-2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158.

District Information for our STAR Parents and Students

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School Calendar (B&W) 2021-2022

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School Calendar (Color) 2021-2022

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The School Board of Broward County, Florida

Dr. Rosalind Osgood, Chairperson

Laurie Rich Levinson,Vice Chairperson

Lori Alhadeff Patricia Good

Debra Hixon Donna P. Korn Sarah Leonardi

Ann Murray Nora Rupert

Dr. Vickie L. Cartwright

Interim Superintendent of Schools

The Nation’s Largest Fully Accredited School System

The School Board of Broward County, Florida prohibits any policy or procedure that results in discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national

origin, marital status, race, religion, or sexual orientation. Individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans

with Disabilities Act (ADA) may call Equal Educational Opportunities (EEO) at (754) 321-2150 or TDD# (754) 321-2158

School Board Information for Our STAR Parents and Students